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Clinical Trial

Repetitive Acute Intermittent Hypoxia for Spinal Cord Repair

IRB Protocol Number STU00212000

Contact

Sri Ramya Vemulakonda svemulakon@sralab.org

Objective

This research is being conducted to study the effects of breathing low oxygen air (hypoxia) and exercise training on recovery of upper limb (arms and hands) and lower limb (legs) function in people with spinal cord injury.

Who Can Participate

  • People who have sustained a spinal cord injury
  • Have been injured at least 6 months 
  • Right handed and in good health.

Compensation

Provided

Age Range

Ages 18-85

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